Crate by Andrew Tanner has a Surface of Many Fruit Bowls in One

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jun 19, 2011 • References: lifestylebazaar & 7gadgets
When apples arrive at the grocery store from the orchard, they often arrive in a box lined with something that resembles Crate by Andrew Tanner. The unusual-looking fruit bowl indeed takes a very familiar form, and one that succeeds at safely transporting your favorite fructose-rich food without harming their scrumptious crunchy quality.

The dimpled dish is essentially a sort of tray made up of a grid of tiny bowls, each the perfect size to gently embrace a peach, pear, plum or an orange. They keep these rounded edibles from rolling out and onto the counter top, and from bruising a poor piece of fruit at the bottom. Having said that, this ceramic "Crate" by Andrew Tanner allows you to construct playful pyramids within which to arrange your snacks. Stats for Dimpled Serving Dishes Trending: Older & Chilly
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